The prestigious Napa Valley Auberge du Soleil is well-renowned for delivering on a refined hotel experience set against the backdrop of the majestic Napa Valley. Their 50 effortlessly chic guestrooms and suites seamlessly blend bright, warm and modern interiors with sweeping views over the 33-acres of olives groves surrounding the resort and beyond. With a heavy emphasis on bringing the outside in, many of the rooms feature spacious terraces, balconies and panoramic outdoor bathtubs. Guests are invited to soak up some sun at the sophisticated pool with shaded leafy terrace and day beds, or take a stroll through the Auberge’s gallery-curated sculpture garden, where complimentary yoga sessions are also offered each day.
Food and Drink at the Auberge du Soleil
Founded in 1981, the Auberge du Soleil has continued its long-standing heritage as Napa Valley’s very first fine-dining restaurant. Over the years The Restaurant at Auberge du Soleil has achieved 13 consecutive Michelin Star awards, soaring to dizzying heights in the world of contemporary Californian cuisine. Guests are invited to sample the culinary delights of Executive Chef Robert Curry, which showcase the finest of local ingredients with extensive wine offerings from the hotel’s award-winning cellar. The Bistro & Bar also offers a more casual take on dining at the Auberge throughout the day, offering anything from burgers to caviar. Of course, extremely tailored wine tasting experiences can also be arranged to be enjoyed at the resort or at one of the many hundreds of nearby wineries in the Napa Valley.
Explore the Napa Valley
With the legendary Silverado Trail on the Auberge’s doorstep, there are countless opportunities to explore the Wine Country. Whether you would like to peruse the sun-drenched wineries of the Napa Valley by bike or on foot, the Auberge du Soleil California is the ideal starting point. Other active pursuits available include local golf and hiking opportunities. Meanwhile to refresh your creative perspective, guests are also encouraged to discover local galleries and art-exhibiting wineries such as Mumm Napa, The Hess Collection, or Hall Wines. For an even heightened experience of the Napa Valley, adrenaline addicts seeking a unique view can arrange a hot air balloon and watch as the verdant vineyards slowly become secondary to the sprawling sky.